ESA leads the charge on the TICK Act, the 2019 ESA Science Policy Fellows begin their term, and more.
ESA leads efforts to support TICK Act, responds to federal requests for information on the bioeconomy and the Foundation for Food and Agriculture Research strategic plan, and more.
Annapolis, MD; March 19, 2018—As a continuing advocate for the role of science in advancing human society, the Entomological Society of America has reaffirmed its support of the March for Science in 2018.
ESA signs on to Coalition for National Science Funding advocacy letter, five ESA recommendations appointed to HHS Tick-Borne Disease Working Group Subcommittees, ESA launches development of new position statement on global climate change, and more.
ESA Science Policy Committee working on fact sheet on Bacillus thuringiensis and position statement on science communication, DOI Invasive Species Advisory Committee releases request for nominations, and more.
ESA Liaison to the EPA Office of Pesticide Programs
Science Policy Fellows meet in DC, ESA signs AFRI letter on Farm Bill and AAAS letter on immigration, science concerns at the EPA, and more.
ESA meets with Congressional committee staff to discuss Farm Bill priorities, ESA's Plant-Insect Ecosystems Section hosts Science Policy Field Tour, ESA provides feedback to EPA on registration of Wolbachia as biopesticide, and more.
ESA offers support to new Congressional Agriculture Research Caucus, ESA President Susan Weller sends letter to Second Lady Karen Pence regarding pollinator health, August recess and implications for the federal budget, and more.
Annapolis, MD; August 16, 2017—In its ongoing efforts to strengthen the impact of entomological science in public policy and legislation, the Entomological Society of America has expanded its pool of chief advocates for insect science with the selection of its 2017 class of Science Policy Fellows.